Welcome to You See All...
...a game and experience that turns the real world on its head!
We created this game as a way to encourage you to work together, have fun, and explore the world around you whilst staying safe.
In this game you will be presented with a map of a mythical world. 'You See All' is a parallel version of the real UCL Bloomsbury campus; places in this world correspond to real world locations - a chance to to explore our campus museums, theatre and other landmarks.
Working together, or as individuals, we challenge you to solve puzzles that will appear on the map over time. Once solved, each puzzle will give you one of 18 letters. Gather them all and then, at the end of the quest, you will need to solve one final puzzle.
Do all this and a great secret will be revealed...
Things to keep in mind:
- You will need to visit real world locations to solve some puzzles. These are all accessible, outdoors and do not require you to go anywhere that hasn’t got public access.
- It’s fun to play solo, but we encourage you to work in teams. Even if you are a lone ranger, you can still get help and ideas from others. If you are stuck then see if another brain might help you!
- Keep checking the map daily, new puzzles will appear over time over the duration of the game.
- Old puzzles will be archived here, so even if you miss a puzzle or get stuck then you can always come back later.
- Stay safe and adhere to all social distancing rules whilst playing our game!
Have fun, create art, share stories on social media with #youseeall ...
The world of You See All is your world and we want you to run with it!
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Explore the 13 mythical locations through the map
Discover what they are in the real world
Check regularly for new puzzles
Uncover a letter for each of the 18 puzzles
And solve the final mystery!
- Games designed and created by Escape Room Designer Sacha Coward Twitter @sach_coward
- Illustrations by illustrator, tour guide and heritage professional Sheldon Goodman Twitter @sheldonKgoodman
- Produced by Helen Pike and Martine Rouleau UCL Culture
- Web development by Anne Coquin UCL Digital Presence